3D/Large Venue Projectors
Apr 25, 2012 3:57 PM, By Llanor Alleyne
Digital Projection recently added the Titan 800 3D series to its Titan projector line. Featuring 12,000 lumens of brightness, the new projector incorporates DPI advanced image warp and blend capabilities and is available in 1080p, WUXGA, and SX+ native solutions. To achieve warp correction, the 800 models provide an adjustable interpolated grid array of up to 16x16 nodes with the ability to generate up to eight warps that can be downloaded and stored in the projector’s electronics. Edge-blending and multi-projector tilting are provided by high-bit-depth processing with Black Level Uplift ensuring all non-blending areas are uniform. Equipped with 3D capability, the Titan 800 series also features two 400W high-intensity discharge lamps as well as DPI’s ColorMax technology for flexible color management. A range of lens shift for extensive installation flexibility are further augmented by a suite of fixed and zoom lenses with throw ratios ranging from .73 to 11.2:1.
Eiki International’s EIP-HDT30 1080p DLP theater projector offers 8,000 lumens, a contrast ratio of 7,500:1 with DLP imaging. User-changeable color wheels optimize color brightness, while a lamp interval timer permits alternate one-lamp-on 24/7 operation. Eiki achieves low maintenance with the EIP-HDT30 via an up to 35,000-hour cartridge air filter and a Peltier-device-cooled DMD, sealed optical engine. Other features of the projector include picture-in-picture, picture-by-picture, edge blending, power zoom, focus, lens shift, and a range of lenses and modules.
Designed for auditorium and boardroom applications, Epson’s PowerLite Pro G5750WU 3-chip 3LCD projector offers 4,500 lumens color, full HD WUXGA (1920x1200) resolution and C2Fine technology. Engineered to integrate with both IP and RS-232, the G5750WU works with industry-leading devices, allows easy remote monitoring and control functions using Epson's Easy Management software, and is also compatible with Crestron's RoomView. Other features of the G5750WU include DICOM simulation mode for medical training applications, a 7W speaker, a closed-captioning decoder, multi-screen options (project two side-by-side images from different inputs, or up to four images from network users), and five lens options that include bayonet lens and horizontal/vertical lens shift for flexible setup configurations.
The DLA-F110E 3D projector by JVC uses the company’s exclusive D-ILA technology to deliver 1920x1080 native resolution. Ideal for a variety of applications, the DLA-F110E uses three 0.7in. D-ILA imagers to deliver flicker-free images, according to the company. The unit’s wire-grid optical engine enables 30,000:1 native contrast ratio, while JVC’s PK-AG1 active-shutter 3D glasses and PK-EM1 3D signal emitter (sold separately) sets the stage for 3D presentations. The projector includes a HDMI 1.4a port to support side-by-side (broadcast), frame series, and above-below 3D transmissions. The unit also features a VGA input, RS-232C terminal for IP-based control, and motorized zoom and focus.
A fitting choice for delivering high-quality presentations in big meeting room, halls, or theater-like venues, Mitsubishi’s UL7400U WUXGA projector features 5,000 ANSI lumens, a native resolution of 1920x1200, and a contrast ratio of 2,000:1. Support for remote management is offered via plug-and-play compatibility with Crestron RoomView and AMX Device Discovery, while optional lenses allows for adaptability based on application needs. Optimized temperature control enables a 4,000-hour lamp life and a cartridge-type filter that rolls ever 500, 750, or 1,000 hours based on user-determined settings helps to prevent dust from collecting on the LCD panel.
Designed for auditoriums with screens up to 46ft. wide, NEC’s NC1200C DLP cinema projector delivers 2K (2048x1080) resolution, 3D capabilities, and high-contrast images (2200:1). Touted by NEC as easy to operate and user friendly, the NC1200C also features memory functions for lens position and lamp output to simply frequent operation; lamp changes from the rear of the projector; direct selection buttons for eight stored projector configurations; an optional touchscreen to control the projector; auto lamp brightness control to maintain constant brightness by adjusting the lamp power as it ages; and allows for the use of standard film projector lamps with a required lamp adapter.
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